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Those who naively thought that the rollback of certain repressive measures, such as the elimination of the mask, would prevent the intimidating machinery from continuing to operate, were wrong. Segregation is still present, with the non-inoculated at the forefront of this battle.
The latest example being the dictatorial regulation of the event organized by Amazon in Madrid, scheduled for May 4th and 5th. With the involvement of IFEMA and the regional government, the AWS Summit demanded until Friday, April 22 that all participants be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend in person. Furthermore, it was specified on the event's own website: "a negative COVID-19 test will not be accepted as a substitute for being fully vaccinated". Not only that but, as could be seen until April 23 in the FAQs of the event's website, they also imposed the use of masks to those present, perhaps ignoring that the BOE had published last April 19th the Royal Decree we referred to at the beginning, which modifies the mandatory use of masks, leaving this as a recommendation in certain contexts and only mandatory in nursing homes, health centers and public transport.
The summit is advertised as a space for collaboration and growth through technology. It is difficult to defend this declaration of intent when these discriminatory access requirements are adopted, worthy of the most aggressive policies.
Fortunately, the response to this attack on fundamental rights came quickly when Asociación Liberum filed a criminal complaint against Amazon and IFEMA for coercion and discrimination. Forcing attendees to comply with this rule of social and health oppression is "an unprecedented disruption of social order", as the complainants contend. In the letter they also demanded that this imposition be suspended as a precautionary measure and that both Diaz Ayuso’s government and her VOX colleagues show their faces and prevent this "savage" regulation. Liberum, once again, positions itself and stands by the thousands of people who have not bowed to the mass vaccination and will not attend the summit. Normalizing that a multinational organization like Amazon tramples on the rights of citizens in a democratic state like ours, while stepping over the penal code, cannot be tolerated. It is inconceivable.
The pressures quickly bore fruit and the regulations were modified, indicating at this time that the mask and vaccination are not mandatory, and the interested parties can present a negative PCR or antigen test. An absolute disgrace. Especially when everyone knows that this test is inadequate and incapable of accurately detecting a simple flu, which is what Covid-19 has proven to be.
In Spain we are seeing how the use of face masks has not been completely eliminated, or how in Shanghai, confinements are prolonging, dragging people out of their homes for PCR tests or deploying armies made up of government workers to disinfect totally empty streets... Let's not fool ourselves, the oppression of the elites continues to run rampant through corrupt governments, thus it is critical that we do not let them violate our fundamental rights. We cannot allow these globalist monsters to run rampant in our country, allowing themselves the indulgence of defining who is a first- or second-class citizen.
Technological companies should stand by the people, and work to expand their freedoms and fundamental rights. Amazon is an example of a Slave Technological Company to which one can only respond by censoring and boycotting.
This is why I’m NOT going to the AWS Summit 2022.